NIMBLE economical family NSU 1000L with light alloy o.h.c. engine mounted crosswise at the rear. Runs happily on regular grade fuel. Spare wheel and luggage go in the nose; the rear backrest is removable to increase cargo capacity. Anti-theft steering lock, choke reminder light are standard. Don't miss the 1000 TT, fastest Prinz of all, with 60 h.p. engine giving a 93 m.p.h. maximum. It is distinguished by four headlamps.
BIGGEST NSU built so far, the 110 has a transverse air-cooled four-cylinder engine at the rear, freeing the long nose for luggage. A longer wheelbase than on previous models gives increased interior space. The overhead camshaft five-bearing engine is combined with, gearbox and differential.
NSU are also developing a twin-rotor Wankel engine following successful experience with the single rotor type in the Prinz convertible.